Seamus Coleman paid a visit to a local school today to help young people learn more about the beautiful game.
The Irishman took part in a football coaching session, delivered by Everton in the Community, with a group of students at Abbot’s Lea School in Woolton.
Along with helping young people to improve their dribbling skills, Coleman got involved in a series of games and also answered questions from the pupils about life as a Premier League footballer.
The session was the latest in a series of school visits so far this season.
Last month, Phil Jagielka visited a local primary school to help children learn about road safety and Steven Naismith took part in a coaching session with youngsters to help them understand the dangers of passive smoking.